Gmail has turned 15 today. In these 15 years, Gmail provided free services to its users and has nearly 1.5 billion monthly active. This great email service was created by Paul Buchheit on April 1, 2004. However, Gmail is a free product but it has now become a paid suite of enterprise products, such as presentation and word processing software.
Gmail Turns 15 Today
Gmail is allowing 15GB free storage. Users are able to get emails up to 50MB in size, including attachments. They can also send emails up to 25MB in size. Users can insert files from Google Drive into the message in order to send larger files. After the launch of Gmail, the company introduced Google Maps which becomes so popular among the users and is now the leading map service.
In January, Google rolled out a new interface design for the mobile version of Gmail that comes with new visual implementations, along with feature additions.
Gmail for iOS is also getting a new feature i.e. Customizable Swipe Actions. This feature will allow users to choose what happens when they swipe on any email. It is a good feature as now users will have at least one less thing to complain about.
Customizable swipe actions feature is already available for Gmail for Android. This is one of the features which is inherited by Inbox.